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Iceberg

Telling a story, similar to One Small Island, about the continent of Antarctica with animals who live in its natural habitat. I like this book because of the word choices and illustrations. There’s nothing I dislike about the book. The author was inspired by global warming and how we are slowly killing the planet and …

Whisper on the Wind

Whisper on the Wind is an amazing book for everyone to read, especially younger age groups like 3-6 year olds. In my opinion, the best thing about the book is the wording. What I mean by that is, the book repeats what the previous page says which is a good thing because if you are …

We Are Australians

The We are Australians book written by Duncan Smith and Nicole Godwin and illustrated by Jandamarra Cadd is an absolutely exceptional masterpiece. This book tells/shows how important our country and our community is and how we stand up to share our differences with each other. The paintings are intricate, phenomenal, creative and inspiring. I believe …

Windows.

A relationship in this book that stood out for me was the fact that the illustrations drawn by Jonathan Bentley conveyed more meaning to the text than the words did in my point of view. The basic idea of bringing a very simple yet powerful topic, and then adding a moral to it at the …

Cheeky dogs: to Lake Nash and back

‘Cheeky Dogs to Lake Nash and Back’, is a great book.  Both authors Dion Beasley and Johnanna Bell did an outstanding job. It showed different parts of Dion’s life and love for dogs, despite of what they did to him. In this book it shows that Dion grew up in Tennant Creek and had a …

Follow Your Feelings – Max and Worry

Follow Your Feelings – Max and Worry by Kitty Black is an inspiring children’s story that helps children to know how they should deal with worry. I love the use of animals to represent the emotions Max is feeling. This is a book that I would recommend for young children to help them learn how …

I’m A Fabulous Crab!

Henry the hermit crab wanted MORE. He was sick of not having sequins, sparkles, flounces and frills like other sea creatures and wished hermit crabs didn’t just hide in the sand with their boring shell. The 6 year olds who read it loved the sparkly title, the glittery pictures and rhyming language. They enjoyed the …